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CHOC - Choccolocco Mountain - JohnG Geospatial Map

John Galbreath Jr.

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The map is 13.5MB.

http://www.FireLogs.com/CHOC.pdf

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To add to your iPhone or Android phone.

1. On Your smart phone, download the free app. Avenza PDF Maps.
2. Tap “+” at top right.
3. Choose “From QR Code”.
4. Aim phone at the QR Code.

Maps are done by me free to the park and free to download. If you find any errors or corrections, please email them to John[email protected]

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This is a map I personally did for the park. This map is geospatial, which means it automatically tracks your location on the map as a blue dot.

Avenza PDF maps can be used for mobile devices.

http://www.avenza.com/pdf-maps

The map does not lend itself to being paper printed as the size is 36x48 to get the clarity I wanted to show the trail names on the map, rather than a legend on the side.

This map will open in a browser just by clicking the link.

Free download.
 

John Galbreath Jr.

38 Special & Solo Buggy
Joined
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John Galbreath Jr.

38 Special & Solo Buggy
Joined
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Messages
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natedawgxj said:
Thanks for doing the map john used it last night and it is awesome...

Cool, you may be the first. I tested it when putting in the last points, but not after completion.
 
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lowbudgetjunk

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bjs92toy said:
I think Casey should have a special tracking device that will show up on all electronic GPS maps.... :****:

You would need a state map for him to show up :stir:

I'm getting the bugs worked out of the buggy and I will be trying this out soon enough.
 

kushKrawlin

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in tha garage blowing smoke...
I don't need no stinkin GPS... Look what came in the mail!! Woo hooooo. Now if I happen to wander off and bust a bead off a tire I can be found by the rescue crew... After they sit and bullshit at camp till dark.. And load up about the time I run 3 miles.... Asses...
 

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kmcminn

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I'm not much of a welder but I'm a hell of a grind
For an easy cruise, go out and around the pond on "Pond Road". For fun trail riding look for trails that go across the mountain. From "Forney or Broadway" over to "Arsenal". Then of course the main obsticals everyone will send you too "Backside, Boat Ramp, Hell's Revenge, Tonya's Peak", Pick Yor Poison (may be doable dry). Best long uphill route "Aresnal" to "Revege Trail", to "Hell's Revenge", take right and immediate left on "Cherry Bomb", at top take left "Terminator", or right, then immediate left (easier) called "Chainsaw", at top there is a nice lookout, stop and visit area, then take "Bypass" to bottom and take left and go up "TeePee" at top to "TeePee", (on "TeePee" don't take the JK line around the tree to the right, go up the real line up the left), you can either turn right and go down "Rubicon" or take left and a right and drop off "Cotton Spring". Note "Cotton Spring" has a drop off into an intersection, there is a bypass to the left coming down the hill, take it! Sure wish I could go show you around. Maybe next time. Remember "Tires Go Down!".


John sent me that in Oct 2016. It's about as good of a day as you can have riding.
 

Eddyj

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I used John’s map from his thread yesterday.
I followed him probably half a dozen times on his loop that is described. It is a good day in a well equipped rig. Thanks for sharing. :dblthumb:

I was lucky enough to get to be around when he was mapping out the park.
Sure do miss that guy.
 

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